Bachelor in Finance and Banking

Duration: 3 years

Semesters:6

The Bachelor of Finance and Banking (BFB) program objective is to prepare students to think critically and finding new ways to improve the industry. Students learn to communicate effectively on all levels and acquire leadership skills in the banking industry to become initiator of change by making complex and difficult  decisions using modern finance methods. Students graduating from this course will be able to establish broad and coherent knowledge of the theoretical and professional disciplines of banking and finance which will enable them to analyse critically and identify better solutions  within business constraints and solve applied problems in banking and finance.

Modules

- Business Mathematics
- Development Studies
- Business Communication
- Business Computer Applications
- Introductory Accounting
- Introduction to Financial Management

- Business Statistics
- Business Laws
- International Trade and Finance
- Money and Banking
- Introductory Micro Economics
- Principles of Banking

Modules

- Fundamentals of Marketing
- Research Methodology
- Management Information Systems
- Business Lending
- Fundamentals of Macro Economics
- Corporate Finance

- Entrepreneurship
- Operations Research
- Public Finance
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Bank Supervision and Regulation
- Practical Training

Modules

- Principles of Management
- Consultancy Skills
- Risk Management
- International Finance
- Commercial Banking
- Portfolio management

- Strategic Management
- Banking Operations
- Financial Analysis
- Banking Law
- Micro-finance
- Treasury management
- Managerial Economics

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • Form VI (six) with at least two principal passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and Commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B+ = 4, B=3, C=2, D=1, E=0.5, F=0 for those who completed studies in year 2014 onwards OR
  • Form VI (six) with at least two principle passes in Accountancy, Economics, Mathematics and commerce with total points not below 3.5 obtained from the scoring: A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, S=0.5, F= 0 for those who completed studies before year 2014 OR
  • An appropriate Ordinary Diploma with second class or average of “B” pass OR,
  • An NTA Level 6 with at least Second Class equivalent qualification in the related subjects
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